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Emmys 2021: Hannah Waddingham, Brett Goldstein Win For Comedy 'Ted Lasso'

 

"Ted Lasso" rules TV viewers' hearts. But will it reign at Sunday night's Emmys?


The acclaimed Apple TV+ series starring Jason Sudeikis as a folksy American coach in the British soccer world is going for a "Schitt's Creek"-esque sweep at the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards (CBS and Paramount+, 8 EDT/5 PDT). 


While "Ted" lassoed 20 nominations – including best comedy series – the hit Disney+ "Star Wars" show “The Mandalorian" and Netflix's British monarchy series “The Crown" each lead the pack at this year's Emmys with 24 nominations apiece.


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